Smittybilt saw the growth in the offroad trailer market and they knew they had to be a part of it! After showcasing an unnamed trailer at SEMA, they came out with the product version called, the Scout.
The Scout features three main box storage areas; the left-side kitchen area, the right-side generator compartment, and the massive rear compartment featuring two full-extension drawers perfect for your camp refrigerator and additional gear storage. Additional storage is available in the front mounted tongue box.
The Scout is sold in kit form ready for home or shop assembly. The entire build process including trailer assembly, brake adjustments, and suspension alignment takes 8+ hours at a moderate skill level. Not your thing? We offer trailer assembly for a flat rate service at Habitat Offroad. We also offer custom fabrication services to build your Scout to exactly what you need, whether it be a solar-ready electrical system, on-board water, or kayak racks, we can do it all.